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Founded in 1969, Zebra has a rich heritage of innovation. The company currently holds over 4200 asset management technology patents and with over 1700 engineering experts on staff continues to expand our portfolio of solutions and services.

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Industrail Printer ZM400

The Zebra ZM400 includes additional productivity-enhancing features and modern, flexible network connectivity for easy system integration in most manufacturing, warehousing and business applications.

Commercial Printer ZT230

The ZT230 is the premium product within the Zebra printer line.

Desktop Printer GT 800

Providing enhanced performance and reliability at a competitive price, the GT800 direct thermal/thermal transfer desktop printer offers a wide range of advanced features to meet a variety of low- to medium-volume printing applications.

Mobile Printer QL320 Plus

The updated QL320 Plus direct thermal mobile printer has been designed with the most advanced technology in rubberized over-molding to maintain both rugged construction and minimal weight.

Patient ID Printer HC 100

Developed specifically to meet the unique needs of healthcare providers, Zebra’s reliable HC100 Patient I.D. Solution makes wristband printing easier and more cost effective than any available laser solution.Zebra’s Patient I.D.

Zebra GC420

Zebra's feature-rich, competitively priced GC420t desktop printer brings performance and reliability to many low- to medium-volume, thermal transfer printing applications.

Zebra ZT410

The ZT410 Series printers are rugged and loaded with a standard set of advanced features allowing for use in the widest array of Manufacturing, Transportation and Logistics, Health care and Retail applications.

Zebra 110xi4

Zebra’s built-to-last Xi™ series printers are legendary for their rugged durability, consistently outstanding print quality, fast print speed, long life, and unparalleled reliability in demanding applications. These qualities translate into low total cost of ownership—making them a smart investment for organizations with high-volume, mission-critical or specialty labeling applications.